Source: Center for Biological Diversity “Our public universities are meant to work for the common good, not for corporate profit,” SALT LAKE CITY— A new Koch-funded research center at Utah State University is taking over the work of a private anti-public-lands think tank, leveraging the public university’s name […]
By: George Knapp as published on LasVegasNow.com “…people in the area where the horses’ bodies were found said there was nothing humane about the shootings…” LAS VEGAS – Wild horse advocates are calling for a formal investigation into the shooting deaths of eight mustangs who were killed in […]
story by BRITAIN EAKIN as published in Courthouse News “Friends of Animals fail to convince Federal Judge…” WASHINGTON (CN) – An animal-rights group lost their court battle to block the U.S. government from removing hundreds of wild horses from Utah’s Cedar Mountains. The Bureau of Land Management, a […]
Update: Former Wild Horses found dead, $100K reward offered to find culprits who sabotaged horse preserve
Story by I-Team’s George Knapp on LasVegasNow.com A dozen or more wild mustangs at a preserve in Elko County died of thirst after someone disabled all of their water sources. A reward of $100,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons […]
Call to Action from American Wild Horse Preservation.org BLM Plans to “ZERO OUT” and Destroy Two Unique Wild Horse Herds Public Comment Deadline: December 7, 2012 Taking its marching orders from Wyoming’s powerful livestock industry, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is planning the second roundup in less than three […]
A creative passion for the horse as a child and rebirthed with an affection for the wild mustangs of North America fine art painter Melody Perez relocated to the west two years ago with a vision to get back to her artistic roots only to discover the plight of wild horses and burros as she researched for painting equine subjects. Her painting technique is vivid and realistic as she re-creates on canvas the spirit of these living legends and the land they dwell upon.
Madeleine’s Message to Opra, but remember, it’s not just celebrities who care!!!
Today, Tuesday January 25 at 9 p.m. EST, President Obama will deliver his 2011 State of the Union Address, which will be streamed live on YouTube. We have submitted a question to President Obama for an exclusive YouTube Interview that will take place just two days later, on January 27. Votes are needed in order to have this question considered and addressed.
We want to know…
“Will you support a ban on slaughter of American horses for human consumption and begin protecting wild horses by ordering a moratorium on round ups and a full investigation and reform of the Wild Horses and Burros program?”
Madeleine Pickens Echos Concern over Summit of the Slaughter Attendance December 1, 2010 Mr. Bob Abbey Director, Bureau of Land Management Department of the Interior Washington, D.C. Dear Mr. Abbey, I read with great concern for the program at the upcoming “Summit of the Horse” and that you […]
SUSANVILLE, CA (SFTHH) Although the mean beating of helicopter blades was heard across a portion the public lands north of Susanville not a single wild horse was witnessed being captured this day. Press and public alike were sequestered on a small, hillside lookout above a temporary horse trap in the valley below. Although the observation area was closer than in days past it was impossible to see the trap and chute in its entirety, due to vegetation, and observers were forced to fight for viewing spots behind the limited jute rope observation location. Unlike the access that was granted to the New York Times only 48 hours earlier the press was held a considerable distance from what would be considered fair and appropriate access as set by the earlier precedence.